Please share.The deluge can’t last forever. Why not celebrate the end of it by joining us at a fabulous, community, midsummer, musical celebration? There’ll be lots of faces you’ll know and lots of music you’ll love. Just click on the poster image.“Joseph Horovitz’s delightful score, written in 1970 to words by Michael Flanders, about Noah and his Ark. It’s a delightful piece full of wit and charm, and will appeal to children and adults alike”.
We would like to introduce you to Inspector Drake – let’s just say that he is a cross between Inspector Clouseau and Captain Blackadder, with a twist of Baldrick and Monty Python thrown in for good measure! He is the invention of a local writer called David Tristram who has written a suite of plays involving Inspector Drake, all of which are absolutely hilarious!
The legendary Inspector Drake is back to face his greatest ever challenge, as he attempts to unravel a plot with more twists than a, well, really twisty thing. Who is the mysterious doctor Short and has he murdered his fourth wife……or did she murder him first? Where is Frank the taxi driver and what was the Pope doing in the woods? These and other pointless questions will only get answers by coming along to the show….!